On a Maryland peace order, they cannot file one unless you have some relation to the petitioner and also can you ask to approach
Also can you ask a judge to approach the bench and not allow the plaintiff there if there are Federal High security reasons that are not supposed to be disclosed if they are asked where they work or what they do.
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A peace order is for people who are not related in any way or otherwise do not meet the definition of a protective order. A protective order is for people who are related or lived together.
You may not have communications with the judge without the other party being present.
You should talk to a lawyer about your situation as it is clear you do not understand the process.
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This not correct. A Peace Order does not require a relationship with the Petitioner. (A Protective Order does require a relationship). The requirements to establish a Peace Order are complex and very specific. For example, the alleged actions must have taken place within the last 30 days.
You should retain an attorney to discuss the case and represent you.
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